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September 3, 2004

  • News: Police Makes 28 Arrests in Mineola During Operation Clean-Sweep

    Nassau County Police say they made 28 arrests in Mineola as part of Operation Clean-Sweep, a county-wide program involving the deployment of patrol officers in an effort to prevent crime throughout the county. FULL STORY

  • News: Jackson Steel Cleanup Designed

    The Jackson Steel Superfund site, which includes a parcel of property located at 435 First Street in Mineola, needs a clean-up, but is there enough funding for it? FULL STORY

  • Sports: Swim-A-Cross Gets Bigger, Better

    This was the biggest and best Swim-A-Cross in the 15 year history of the event. They set a record with 183 swimmers taking part on Friday, Aug. 20. Since 2002, people have dedicated their swim to heroes. In 2002 and 2003 those being honored were the emergency workers and citizens who lost their lives in the collapse of the World Trade Center. This year, the field was expanded to a person in the swimmer's life who has greatly impacted their life, as a hero often does: a teacher, police officer, firefighter, US Service member, parent, family member, community leader, etc. FULL STORY

  • Opinion: From the Desk of Assemblyman Tom DiNapoli
  • Opinion: Grade A+ for New Administration Logo
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